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International Conference on Climate Science and Climate Services

04/05 - 07 October 2016 Exeter, UK

[All presentations are downloadable in the Member Only Area under "4a. Annual Meeting 2016"]

The ECOMS cluster (EU FP7 Projects EUPORIAS, NACLIM and SPECS) hosted an international conference on observational programmes, climate research and climate predictions relating to the development of climate services in Europe on seasonal to interannual timescales. The conference took place at the Met Office in Exeter, UK on 5-7 October 2016. The conference was by invitation only, around 160 international participants joined the 3 days event.

Conference programm is available to view as leaflet , for those who are interested, please also find the programme of NACLIM's final GA, which took place one day prior to the conference. If you have any questions, please get in touch with us at naclim@we dont want


"Towards Urban Climate Services"

21-22 June 2016, Brussels

Workshop on urban climate services and user-needs, involved projects NACLIM and EUPORIAS (FP7), UrbanSIS (Copernicus), Cities in Transition (LFF Hamburg)

Cities presentations:

Case studies with the cities (Dr. Dirk Lauwaet and Catherine Stevens)

* Animation Film(UHI effect in Brussels, ©VITO) *

City Antwerp (Griet Lambrechts)

City Berlin (Jörn Welsch)

City Almada (Dr. Sara Dionisio)

City Vienna (Jürgen Preiss)

Intermediaries presentation

Energy sector (Dr. Stefan Kunz)

Tourism sector (Dr.Franz Prettenthaler)

Organizations presentation

Climate Services for cities in the EC Programme (Dr. Andrea Tilche)

Support from the ECMWF Copernicus (Dr.Stijn Vermoote)

Role of German Climate Service Center (GERICS) (Dr. Peer Seipold)

Support of the ICLEI Europe (Alberto Terenzi)

Project presentation:

NACLIM (Prof. Dr. Detlef Quadfasel, Uni Hamburg)

EUPORIAS (Dr. Nicola Golding, Met Office)

UrbanSIS (Dr. Lars Gidhagen, SMHI)

Cities in Transition (Prof. Dr. Heinke Schlünzen, Uni Hamburg)

The 2nd Pan-Eurasian Experiment (PEEX) Science Conference & The 6th PEEX Meeting in Beijing, China | 18 - 20 May 2016

Yongqi Gao (NERSC): Extratropical Ocean Warming and Winter Arctic Sea Ice Cover since the 1990s [download]

ECCO Joint Project Meeting at MIT Cambridge USA | 16 - 18 May, 2016

1) Armin Köhl (UHAM): Variational Estimation of Process Parameters in the Planet Simulator (PlaSim) [download]

2) Armin Köhl (UHAM): Estimating model parameters with,the adjoint method [download]

11th Steering Committee Meeting | 25-29 April, 2016

Southampton, United Kingdom


1) Karin Margretha Larsen (HAV): Transport Mooring Arrays in NACLIM [download]

2) Karin Margretha Larsen (HAV): Observed changes in two high-latitude branches of the AMOC during the two last decades [download]


1) Laura de Steur (NIOZ): Variability in the Irminger Sea, new results from continuous ocean, measurements between 2014-2015 [download]

2) Torben Schmith (DMI): Decadal predictability of extreme fresh water export events from the Arctic Ocean into the Nordic Seas and subpolar North Atlantic [download]


1) Bert Rudels (FMI): Estimates of volume, heat and freshwater budgets for the Arctic, Mediterranean and North Atlantic in relation to the main physical processes: Insight from the EU-NACLIM observations [download]

2) Johann Jungclaus (MPI): AMOC, gyre circulation, and meridional heat transports in the North Atlantic - in model simulations of the last millennium - [download]

3) Martin Moritz (UHAM): Temporal and spatial variability of the Denmark Strait Overflow [download]

4) Sally Close I (UPMC): Robustness of the large-scale modes of variability of winter Arctic sea ice concentration [download]

5) Sally Close II (UPMC): Regional dependence in the rapid loss of Arctic sea ice [download]

6) Taewook Park (GEOMAR): Impacts of Sea Surface Salinity Bias Correction on North Atlantic Ocean Circulation and Climate in the Kiel Climate Model [download]

ICES 1 - WGOH 2 Meeting in Sopot, Poland | 5 - 7 April, 2016

Stefan Gary (SAMS): Estimates of the seasonal variability of,volume, heat, and freshwater fluxes,in the Rockall Trough [download]

1. International Council for the Exploration of the Seas
2. Working Group on Oceanic Hydrography

2016 Ocean Sciences Meeting

21-26 February 2016 in New Orleans, USA, cosponsored by AGU, ASLO, and TOS.


1) Femke de Jong & Laura de Steur (NIOZ): PO54B-3241: Record deep convection in the Irminger Sea-Observations from the LOCO mooring during winter 2014-2015 [download]

2) Johannes Karstensen (GEOMAR): Hydrographic variability in the lower DWBC:Observations and Causes [download]

3) Karin Margretha Larsen (HAV): Increased Oceanic Heat transport - in the main Atlantic inflow to Nordic seas 1993 - 2013 [download]

4) Stuart Cunningham (SAMS): The Subpolar AMOC: Dynamic Response of the Horizontal and Overturning Circulations due to Ocean Heat Content Changes between 1992 and 2014 [download not available, only upon request]


1) Laura de Steur (NIOZ): Transport variability of the Irminger Current: first year-round,results from a mooring array on the Reykjanes Ridge [download]


Joint Meeting OSNAP / DYNAMOC / RAMOC at the Meteorological Office, Exeter, UK | 10 - 11 December 2015

Stuart Cunningham (SAMS): Dynamic Response of the North Atlantic Circulation to Ocean Heat Content Changes between 1991 and 2014

* This presentation is not available to download, please get in touch with author for permission.

30.09. - 02.10.2015

Stefan Gary (SAMS, UK): Estimates of the seasonal variability of,volume, heat, and freshwater fluxes,in the eastern subpolar North Atlantic
(oral presentation)

Download the MASTS meeting programme

*Sustained Ocean Observing for the Next Decade*
GAIC (Go-Ship/Argo/IOCCP) Conference

15 - 18 September 2015, Galway, Irland

Clara Johnson (SAMS, UK): Nutrient fluxes in the eastern North Atlantic
(oral presentation)

Stefan Gary (SAMS, UK): Estimates of the seasonal variability of,volume, heat, and freshwater fluxes,in the eastern subpolar North Atlantic
(oral presentation)

Dowload the GAIC2015 program

U.S. AMOC International Science Meeting (21-24 July 2015, Bristol, U.K.)

Towards a holistic picture of the ,Atlantic Meridional Overturning Circulation ,via observation modelling and synthesis

Theme 1: Characterising the AMOC - structure, variability, mechanisms and ocean response

Gerard McCarthy: Insights and impacts: the first 10 years of continuous observations of the Atlantic overturning circulation (oral presentation)

Bogi Hansen: Increasing transport of volume, heat and salt in two high-latitude branches of the AMOC during the last two decades (Abstract | oral presentation)

Jürgen Fischer: From Days to Decades: Variability of the Subpolar DWBC Transports (Abstract | oral presentation)

Toby Sherwin: Insights into the Mesoscale Circulation of the Rockall Trough (Abstract | Poster)

Stefan Gary: Estimates of the seasonal variability of volume, heat, and freshwater fluxes in the eastern subpolar North Atlantic (Abstract Poster)

Rolf Käse: Move transport correlations with Nordic Seas overflows in models and observations in response to stochastic subpolar wind stress curl (Abstract | Poster)

Theme 2: Impacts of AMOC on the atmosphere, cryosphere and land

Guillaume Gastineau: Atmospheric influence of the Atlantic Meridional Overturning Circulation (Abstract | oral presentation)

Gerard McCarthy: Sea-level fluctuations show Ocean Circulation impact on Atlantic Multidecadal Variability (Abstract | Poster)

Theme 3 AMOC state estimation, predictability and prediction

Daniela Matei: Predicting near-term AMOC variations and their associated impact (Abstract | oral presentation)

Theme 4: Novel approaches to pan-Atlantic observations, modelling, analysis and synthesis  

Johannes Karstensen: AtlantOS: Optimizing and Enhancing the Integrated Atlantic Ocean Observing System (Abstract | Poster)

Presentation on NACLIM held by Fraser MacDonald (SAMS) at the Marine Measurement Forum 56:

Download the presentation | The North Atlantic Ocean is one of the most important drivers for the global ocean circulation and its variability on time scales beyond inter-annual. NACLIM brings together 18 institutes across 9 European countries to optimise the current North Atlantic observation system. As part of this system, NACLIM brings together  long-term observational data sets to investigate variability and provide summarised values to climate modellers. This talk will look to demonstrate the fundamentals of how NACLIM operates, and the capabilities and challenges of using novel observational technologies (Seagliders), highlighting future opportunities to engage with industry and policy sectors.

GFDL Geophysical Fluid Dynamics Laboratory
04 June 2015 | Princeton University

Mark Payne (DTU Denmark): Towards Decadal Predictions of,Marine Ecosystems - The NACLIM experience (download)

Extended Ellett Line Workshop
27 April 2015 | SAMS | Oban Scotland UK

Hjálmar Hátún (HAVSTOVAN, Faroe Islands): Large-scale shifts in the North Atlantic bio-geography forced by the subpolar gyre (download)

Karin Margretha H. Larsen (HAVSTOVAN, Faroe Islands): The Faroe Current: T‐S properties,and volume, heat and salt transports (download)

Clara Johnson (SAMS, UK): Nutrients along the Extended Ellett Line (download)

PICES 3rd Climate Change Symposium
23-28 March, Brazil

Hjálmar Hátún (HAVSTOVAN, Faroe Islands):Labrador Sea convection blows life to the Northeastern Atlantic(download)

ICES WGOH mini-symposium 
24-26 March 2015 | Copenhagen

Karin Margretha H. Larsen (HAVSTOVAN, Faroe Islands): Reanalysis of the Iceland Faroe Inflow (download)

NACLIM at EGU 2015

12-17.04.2015 Vienna

1) Session: The North Atlantic: natural variability and global change

Oral presentation: Bogi Hansen (Havstovan, FO)
Increased oceanic heat transport in the main Atlantic inflow branch to the Nordic Seas 1993-2013(Download)

Oral presentation: Kerstin Jochumsen (Uni Hamburg DE)
On the origin and propagation of Denmark Strait Overflow Water Anomalies in the Irminger Basin(Download)

Oral presentation: Jürgen Fisher (GEOMAR, Kiel DE)
Multiannual to decadal circulation variability in the subpolar North Atlantic – A modal decomposition Deep-Water export from the Labrador Sea, sea level pressure and atmospheric forcing fields (Download)

Oral presentation: Gerard McCarthy (NOC, Southampton UK)
Sea-level fluctuations show Ocean Circulation controls Atlantic Multidecadal Variability (Download)

Poster: Christoph Rieper (Uni Hamburg DE)
Seasonality of Arctic Mediterranean Exchanges (Download)

Poster: Martin Moritz (Uni Hamburg DE)
Overflow transports in Denmark Strait and the Faroe Bank Channel derived from combined moored ADCP and PIES measurements during 2011-2014 (Download)

Poster: Gerard McCarthy (NOC, Southampton UK)
10-years of Atlantic Overturning observations - variability revealed on sub-annual, seasonal, annual and multi-annual timescales (Download)

2) Session: Sensitivity of marine ecosystems and biogeochemical cycles to global change

Poster: Kerstin Jochumsen (Uni Hamburg DE)
Near-bottom temperature and salinity evolution around Iceland, 1975-2007 (Download)

3) Session: Polar Climate Predictability and Prediction

Oral presentation: Helene R. Langehaug (NERSC, Bergen NO)
Winter SST predictability in the Nordic Seas (Download)

4) Session: Urban climate, urban heat island and urban biometeorology

Oral presentation: Mart Grommen (GIM, Leuven BE)
Interaction between Cities and Climate Change: Modelling Urban Morphology and Local Urban Planning Scenarios from Open Datasets across European Cities (Download)

5) Session: Climate Services - Underpinning Science

Poster: Bart Thomas and Mart Grommen (GIM, Leuven BE)
Response of Urban Systems to Climate Change in Europe: Heat Stress Exposure and the Effect on Human Health (Download)

6) Session: Public Interest & Research Management

Poster: Chenbo Guo (Uni Hamburg DE)
Reality check in the project management of EU funding (Download)

Audience: scientific community, media

ASOF (arctic subarctic ocean fluxes)-ISSG Meeting and Workshop

16 - 18 March, 2015 Bremerhaven, Germany

Kerstin Jochumsen (UHAM):On the origin and propagation of Denmark Strait Overflow Water Anomalies in the Irminger Basin (download presentation)

Bogi Hansen (HAV):Increasing heat and salt transports in the main Atlantic  inflow branch to the Nordic Seas 1993-2013 (download presentation)

Kögur Workshop

Jan. 2015, Woods Hole USA

Laura de Steur: Freshwater flux in the East Greenland Current north of Denmark Strait - results from the Kögur array 2011-2012


Martin Visbeck (GEOMAR):
Decadal Variations of the Atlantic Meridional Overturning Circulation - Observations at the exit of the Labrador Sea at 53°N

Download the Presentation

Audience: scientific community, policy makers, media

95th AMS Annual Meeting

4–8 January 2015 • Phoenix, Arizona

Guillaume Gastineau (UPMC) held a presentation on the Mechanisms of the Winter Atmospheric Response to the Atlantic Meridional Overturning Circulation

Link to Abstract | Download the Presentation

Audience: Scientific community

EurOcean 2014, 7-9 October 2014, Rome (IT)

Johannes Karstensen (GEOMAR): Best Practice in Atlantic Ocean
research: how to make cooperation work at different levels, Overturning in the Subpolar North Atlantic Program (OSNAP) A US-led program with UK, Canada France, Germany, and Netherlands  Download


Audience: Scientific community, policy makers, media

Ecosystem Studies of Sub-arctic Seas (ESSAS), 4 April 2014, Geological Museum, Copenhagen (DK)

Mark Payne (DTU): Ecosystem Studies of Sub-arctic Seas (ESSAS) Download

Brian MacKenzie (DTU): A cascade of warming impacts brings bluefin tuna to Greenland waters Download

Audience: Scientific community

Talk on Urban climate modelling, 19 March 2014, Strasbourg University, Strasbourg (FR)

Talk of Koen De Ridder at the Laboratoire Image, Ville, Environnement - Faculté de Géographie et d’Aménagement

Koen De Ridder (VITO): Modelling urban climate and air quality: recent work at VITO Link [>>]

The Changing Arctic and sub-Arctic Marine Environment: Proxy and Model Based Reconstructions (CASE), 4-6 February 2014, University of Bordeaux– Talence (FR)

A CASE-sponsored conference on Holocene and Pleistocene (Interglacials) paleoceanography of the Arctic and Subarctic ocean realms

Johann Jungclaus (MPG): Ocean and Atmosphere Circulation Changes linking sub-Arctic and Arctic Climate Variability over the Last Millennium Download


Audience: Scientific community

DRAKKAR/MYOCEAN 2014 Annual Workshop, 27 January 2014, Grenoble (FR)

C. Herbaut (UPMC): Winter sea ice variability in the Barents Sea Download

Audience: scientific community

ICES WGIPS Working Group of International Pelagic Surveys Meeting, 22 January 2014, ICES Headquarters, Copenhagen (DK)

The WGIPS is an ICES working group on International Pelagic Surveys: WGIPS are experts in the planning, coordination, implementation, and reporting of acoustic and larvae surveys for herring, sprat, blue whiting, mackerel, and boarfish in ICES areas Ia, IIa, III, IV, Va, VI, VII and Subdivisions 21–24.

Group page:

Participants: Mark Payne (DTU): A Resolution to the Blue Whiting Population Paradox Download

Audience: scientific community

Article: European temperatures likely to fall due to Arctic vortex as US thaws, 14 January 2014

Chantal Claud (CNRS) and Javier Garcia-Serrano (UPMC) interviewed on the topic by journalist Ben Deighton for the HORIZON, the EU Research & Innovation Magazine. Read the full article [>>]


Report: Monitoring the flow of Atlantic water through the Faroe-Shetland Channel


Date of publication: 2 December 2013

Authors: Bogi Hansen, Karin M. H. Larsen, Hjálmar Hátún, Regin Kristiansen, Ebba Mortensen, Barbara Berx, Toby Sherwin, Svein Østerhus, Detlef Quadfasel, Kerstin Jochumsen. 

Audience: Scientific community

Download: full report in PDF [>>]

Irminger Sea workshop, 17 December 2013, Boston (USA)

Johannes Karstensen (GEOMAR): European mooring activities in  the Central Irminger Sea:  CIS & LOCO moorings  Download


Audience: Scientific community


AGU Fall Meeting, 9-13 December 2013, San Francisco (USA)

Johann Jungclaus (MPG): Enhanced 20th century heat transfer to the Arctic simulated in the context of climate variations over the last millennium Download


Audience: Scientific community

Special report Sjóvarmál 2013

K. M. H. Larsen: Kaldari og feskari í 2012, in Sjóvarmál 2013, HAV, Tórshavn (FO)

File available here:

(in Faroese)

Audience: Civil Society, Policy makers, Media

Arctic-Subarctic Ocean Fluxes (ASOF) meeting, 6 November 2013, Helsinki (FI)

Kjetil Vage (UIB): Revised circulation scheme north of the Denmark Strait Download

Audience: scientific community

2nd FAMOS meeting, 22 October 2013, WHOI, Woods Hole, Massachusetts (USA)

C. Herbaut (UPMC): Variability of the Barents Sea winter sea ice in 1979-2011 Download


Audience: scientific community

Danish Marine Ecosystem Modelling Centre Annual meeting, 10 October 2013, Danish Metereological Institute, Copenhagen (DK)

Mark Payne (DTU): Shifting fish in a changing climate Download

Brian MacKenzie (DTU): A cascade of warming impacts brings bluefin tuna to Greenland waters Download

ICES Annual Science Conference, 26 September 2013, Reykjavik (IS)

K. M. H. Larsen: The retroflection of the Faroe Current into the Faroe-Shetland Channel Download

Audience: scientific community

KIMO Annual General Meeting, 13-15 September 2013, Tórshavn (FO)

KIMO (Kommunenes Internasjonale Miljøorganisasjon) is an International Environmental Organisation for Local Authorities.

K. M. H. Larsen (HAV): The Northeast Atlantic under global climate change Download

Audience: Policy makers

Annual Science Meeting Marine Alliance for Science and Technology Scotland (MASTS), 27-29 August 2013, Edinburgh (UK)

Two presentations will be held at the meeting:

  • Barbara Berx (MSS): Is the Transport of Atlantic Water in the Faroe Shetland Channel changing? – A summary of 20 years of observations Download
  • Stuart Cunningham (SAMS): The North Atlantic Ocean and Climate Observing System Download

Abstracts are already available for download

Website and list of interventions:

ICES WGWIDE stock assessment working group on Mackerel and Blue Whiting, 27 August 2013, ICES Headquarters, Copenhagen (DK)

The WGWIDE is an ICES working group on Widely Distributed Stocks, chaired by David Miller. The WGWIDE "compiles and analyses data regarding stocks of whiting, mackerel, herring, and boarfish in order to provide the basis for the annual ICES Advice regarding the stock status and fisheries. The analysis will, for those stocks where sufficient data are available, consist of a stock assessment which will then lead to a forecast of catch options for the year ahead. For stocks where the data do not make such an analysis possible, other approaches will be used, such as analysis of trends in abundance estimates or catches. The working group is open to observers from competent authorities."

Mark Payne of DTU is member of this group.

Group page:

Website of ICES:

Audience: scientific community

Participants: Mark Payne (DTU): A Resolution to the Blue Whiting Population Paradox Download

This talk deals with the new results that we have put together that change the way that we understand the population of Blue Whiting in the North Atlantic - we now have firm evidence that supports the hypothesis that they are two individual and separate populations, rather than simply one large one.

Workshop on Climate implications of frontal scale air-sea interaction, 1 August 2013, Boulder (USA)

C. Frankignoul (UPMC): Influence of the variability of the Kuroshio Extension on the atmospheric circulation Download

US AMOC/UK RAPID International Science Meeting, AMOC Variability: Dynamics and Impacts, 16-19 July 2013, Baltimore (USA)

Website and list of interventions

Audience: scientific commnunity

Interventions of NACLIM scientist:

  • Gerard McCarthy (NOC): Results from the 26ºN Array Download
  • Stuart Cunningham (SAMS): Atlantic Meridional Overturning Circulation slowdown causes widespread cooling in the Atlantic Download
  • Mojib Latif (GEOMAR): Dynamics and predictability of the AMOC Download
  • Claude Frankignoul (UPMC): The influence of the AMOC variability on the atmosphere in CCSM4 Download
  • Guillaume Gastineau (UPMC):The influence of the Atlantic Multidecadal Oscillation on the observed Northern Hemisphere atmospheric circulation Download

Knowledge of the future/North Atlantic and Climate Change, at IUGG Meeting, 22-26 July 2013, Gothenburg (SE)

Joint Scientific Assembly held in Gothenburg on 22-26 July 2013 is a forum where experts from various disciplines of hydrology, oceanography, seismology and physics of the Earth's interior meet and exchange knowledge and ideas with colleagues from all over the world. The Assembly also gived the scientists the opportunity to inform the general public and policy makers.


Final programme with list of interventions [>>]

Audience: Scientific community, policy makers, general public


  • Gerard McCarthy (NOC): The seasonal cycle of the AMOC at 26°N - Eastern Boundary considerations Download
  • Kerstin Jochumsen (UHAM): On the modifications of the Denmark Strait overflow plume during its descent into the North Atlantic Download
  • Svein Østerhus (UIB): Is the oceanic heat transport with Atlantic water towards the Arctic changing Download
  • Laura de Steur (NIOZ): Freshwater components in the East Greenland Current between Denmark & Fram Strait 2012 Download

4th Euro-Argo Science Meeting and Workshop on the Arctic and sub-Polar North Atlantic, 18-20 June 2013, Southampton (UK)


Katrin Latarius (UHAM): Seasonal to interannual variability of temperature and salinity in the Nordic Seas: heat and freshwater budgets download

Audience: Scientific community

PRACTICE Project Meeting, 17 June 2013, Bergen (NO)

H.Langehaug: Decadal predictability of the Nordic Seas sea ice- analysis in the NACLIM project Download

Audience: Scientific community

French Arctic Initiative, 5 June 2013, Collège de France, Paris (FR)


Audience: Scientific community


Revised circulation scheme north of the Denmark Strait, 3 June 2013, Bergen (NO)

Kjetil Våge (UIB): Talk on Revised circulation scheme north of the Denmark Strait

Where: Geophysical Institute

Audience: scientific community

The Arctic Hub – Regional and Global Perspective, 18 April 2013, Krakow (PL)

Bert Rudels (FMI): Double-diffusive processes in the Arctic Ocean – are they of importance? Download

Audience: Scientific community

EGU 2013, 7-12 April 2013, Vienna (AT)

  • Bogi Hansen (HAV): FBC overflow Download
  • Hjalmar Hatun (HAV): A trans-Atlantic linkage between the Newfoundland and Rockall basins Download
  • Johann Jungclaus (MPG): Combining model simulations and paleoceanographic reconstructions for a process-based understanding of climate variability in the North Atlantic/Arctic region Download
  • Nuno Nunes (UHAM): Poster on A multi-platform study of entrainment by submesoscale processes in the Denmark Strait overflow plume Download
  • Hendrik Wouters, Koen De Ridder, Matthias Demuzere, Bino Mahieu, Nele Veldeman, Peter Viaene, Felix Deutch, Erwan Brisson (VITO): How much spatial details in meteorological parameters is needed for modelling urban air-quality? Download
  • Hendrik Wouters (VITO/ KU Leuven), Matthias Demuzere (KU Leuven), Koen De Ridder (VITO), Nicole van Lipzig (KU Leuven), Gerd Vogel(DWD): Poster Impact of water-storage parametrization on evaporation from urban areas using the new urban surface model TERRA-MLU,  Download
  •  Reema Agarwal (UHAM): Poster on Parameter Optimization in an Atmospheric GCM using Simultaneous Perturbation Stochastic Approximation (SPSA) Download

Audience: Scientific community

ICES WGOH meeting, 8-11 April 2013, Reykjavik (IS)

WGOH is the Working Group on Oceanic Hydrography

Karin M. Larsen (HAV): Faroese Waters Download

Audience: Scientific community

Naval postgraduate School, March 8 March 2013, Monterey (USA)

Bert Rudels (FMI), Meri Korhonen, Sergei Pisarev, Benjamin Rabe, Ursula Schaue4 & Andreas Wisotzki: The circulation and transformation of Atlantic water in the Eurasian Basin and tat budget the contribution from the inflow through Fram Strait inflow to the Arctic Ocean heat budget Download PresentationDownload poster

Audience: Scientific community

ECOMS meeting, 4-5 February 2013, Exeter (UK)

Intervention by Detlef Quadfasel (UHAM)

Audience: Scientific community, EC services

Workshop on Transatlantic Marine Cooperation, 20 March 2013, Brussels (BE)

Intervention by Detlef Quadfasel (UHAM)

Audience: Scientific community, EC services


Centre for Climate Dynamics Days, 29 November 2012, Bergen (NO)

Helene Langehaug (NERSC): Arctic sea ice decline and ice export in the CMIP5 historical simulations Download

Audience: Scientific community

CLIVAR Atlantic Implementation Panel – 12th meeting, 13-14 September 2012, Kiel (DE)

Presentation by Bogi Hansen (HAV): THOR and NACLIM projects Download

Link to the report:

Audience: Scientific community

IFREMER Meeting, 13 September 2012

B. Hansen (HAV): Monitoring volume transport in a branch of warm inflow towards the Arctic by satellite altimetry Download

Audience: Scientific community

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